This weekend, 380 football fans and legends of the game embark on a two-day pedal-pilgrimage to the Dutch capital on our Football to Amsterdam bike ride, having already raised over £450,000 so far. Here, QPR fan Brian Mooney – who is among the peloton – tells us why the event is so important to him and what it was like meeting his hero and fellow cyclist on the event, 'Sir Les'.
The former England and British Lions scrum-half tells us how his family connection and a pint with Sky Sports colleague Jeff Stelling convinced him to join day six of the March for Men. But he'll be keeping an eye on the current Lions tour while he walks.
The former rugby league international and Leeds Rhinos hero is walking day nine of Jeff Stelling's March for Men after watching his Sky Sports colleague Bill Arthur battle with the most common cancer in men. He tells us about how the whole rugby league family is now rallying for the cause, and the infamous night when he led a lost and exhausted Jeff and his fellow marchers through the streets of Leeds last year.
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Nana Mensah-Bonsu was left broken after his dad's diagnosis with terminal prostate cancer. He tells us about the rollercoaster of emotions he experienced during the years of treatment that followed, how he rallied around his younger brothers and why he hopes joining Jeff Stelling's for his March for Men would make his late father proud.
The legendary Soccer Saturday presenter begins his second epic fundraising walk for Prostate Cancer UK, hoping to raise more than £500k and visit more than 40 football clubs on a 400-mile trek to Newcastle.
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As Jeff Stelling begins his epic 15-day March for Men from Exeter City's St James Park stadium this morning, we meet the Green family joining him today. A youth coach with the Grecians, Dan Green will walk with his mum, brother and sister alongside dad Rob, who was treated for prostate cancer in 2014.
The former England cricketer is joining Jeff Stelling for the fifth day of his 400-mile March for Men, which starts at the ground of Cork's beloved Stoke City FC. We filmed him talking to the club manager, Mark Hughes, about his connection to Prostate Cancer UK and find out just how few of his players know the size of their prostate.
BLOG: Given just two years to live after his prostate cancer diagnosis in 2014, Kevin Webber is joining Jeff Stelling for all 15 days of his 400-mile March for Men. He tells us how he's tackled some of the world's most gruelling ultra marathons since, the amazing support he's received from strangers as well as family, and why he thinks the final day of the March with his wife will be the most emotional.